Titan 3-Piece Finger Bit Screwdriver Set
All you toolheads out there have heard someone say, "A thousand clamps is a good start." The same adage works for screwdrivers: just when you think you have a screwdriver for every situation, a different screw proves you’re wrong. So I'm quite likely to buy the next weird screwdriver design when I have the chance. That’s the main reason I have a Titan 3-Piece Finger Bit Screwdriver Set.
The set (Titan’s stock number 32958) includes three drivers in different colors (mine were red, gold and blue - the blue one seems to have disappeared...). There are also three bits included: a #2 Phillips, a ¼” slotted bit, and a ¼-inch square-drive for small sockets. They’re standard hex-shank bits that can be picked up at any hardware. When you have a screwdriver bit in place, the whole package is a little more than 1½” tall, much shorter than a stubby screwdriver. The bit drivers have magnets inside to keep the bits from slipping out. You can use a screwdriver as small as this in some pretty tight places.
Using Finger Bit Drivers
A screwdriver like this obviously isn’t meant for heavy-duty work: the bits are small and the “handle” is nowhere near the size of one on a regular screwdriver. They are just fine for light-, even moderate-duty work. The rough edge allows quite a lot of torque, enough that few screws can defeat them. For a good price, a Finger Bit Screwdriver is good to have in your toolbox for when you can't... grunt! quite... ugh! reach that screw around the corner behind the washing machine. Get a set!
Plus: fits in tight places yet still generates plenty of torque
Minus: small enough to lose quickly
What They’re Saying: Next time you’re trying to slide a screwdriver into an impossible-to-reach spot, you’ll think of finger bit screwdrivers and wish you'd bought some.